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Cities in Tasmania, Australia
City: # City: #
Barrington1 Montagu Bay1
BEACONSFIELD1 Mornington2
Beauty Point2 Mount Barrow1
Bicheno4 Mt Nelson2
Binalong Bay1 NEW TOWN1
Bishopsbourne1 Old Beach1
blackmans bay1 Otago1
Bronte Park1 Park Beach1
bruny island2 Penguin5
Burnie8 Port Arthur1
Clarence Point1 Port Sorell2
cygnet5 Queenstown1
Deloraine7 Riana1
Derby2 Richmond5
Devon Hills (near Launceston)1 Sandy Bay12
Devonport12 Scottsdale3
Dodges Ferry5 Sheffield1
Dromedary3 Snug3
Erriba2 Somerset4
Exeter1 South Arm1
Flowerdale1 St Helens1
Forth2 stockholm1
George Town2 Strahan3
Glen Huon1 Summerhill1
Glengarry1 Swansea3
Glenorchy5 taroona2
Grassy1 tasmania1
Hawley Beach1 Tranmere1
Hobart159 Trevallyn - Launceston2
kingston5 Turners Marsh1
Launceston73 Ulverstone13
Lilydale1 Upper Esk1
Little Swanport1 West Hobart6
Longford1 West Moonah3
Lutana1 westbury4
Margate2 Winkleigh/Tas1
Meander1 Wynyard5
Middleton1
Info about Tasmania, Australia
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Introduction
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Top Things to See and Do
Cataract Gorge- its a natural gorge almost in the city of Launceston with great short walking tracks and a chair lift- great free swimming in summer (it's all free!!!!), and things to see in other places are the Cadbury's Chocolate Factory (Hobart), Anver's Chocolate Factory (Latrobe), Lactos Cheese Factory for free cheese tasting and near the Whiskey Distillers(Burnie), Port Arthur, Mole Creek, Cradle Mountain, Coles Bay, Freycinet National Park . There are many waterfalls around the area like guide falls, also Cradle Mountain. Sheffield (Town of Murals), mazes and 'lower crack pot' at Hagley (i think), the Nut at Stanley, Cave's at Gunns Plains, Wildlife park (including devils) Mole Creek, Dismal Swamp at Tarkine, Anver's Chocolate factory, Raspberry farm on the way to Launceston, etc- just check out internet sites for more great things to do and see. C'mon Hobart people!! Share your places in the South of the State!!! Please just make a simple list separated by commas here - more info in the Travel Guide.

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Aussielupo from Germany - Couple 59/58 startet his 6 month Australia->Journey mid of November 2008. Flight to Perth. With our own 4WD-Camper across Gunbarrel Highway, Great Central Road to Melbourne. In February we will take the ferry to Tasmania, travel 3 weeks in Tasmania. Back to Melbourne and across the Nullabor back to Perth.

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Edited by: aussielupo on 09.11.2008 Aussielupo on 02.11.2008 alysia1986 on 06.09.2006
Last postings about Tasmania Australia from other users
 
tom_abbott wrote:

Tasmanian wilderness and beaches


shelter wrote:

bush walking, beaches, rain forests and much more


cashion22 wrote:

Wilderness, wine, locals


bryn wrote:

Beautiful beaches, bushwalks through native forest, view historical colonial settlements.



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